Equipment Grant from Rotherham Federation of Communities

by | 22 May 2018 | Notice, Rotherham

Rotherham Federation are pleased to announce that, with funding from Rotherham Borough Council, a total of 23 applications for the Equipment Grant were successful and have received grants for their group.

  • Maltby Model Village Community Association — £200.00 for lockable office cabinet/desk
  • Friends of Rosehill Park at the Pavillion — £200.00 for gazebo, tables and tombola drum for fundraising events
  • Focus Disabled — £200.00 towards a laptop for the group’s use
  • Waverley Residents Association — £119.00 for large outdoor games for events
  • Crafty Talk — £179.99 for a die cutting machine
  • MVNA — £79.98 to purchase folding tables for events
  • Rotherham Hornets U14 GFC — £171.35 for hot water dispensers, tables and footballs
  • The Rainbow Project — £179.94 for folding tables for events
  • Pride of Rotherham — £179.98 for two gazebos for events
  • The Meeting Place — £200.00 towards a TV for games/recreation room
  • Treeton Community Centre — £200.00 for outdoor sports equipment
  • Rotherham WAH Hong Chinese Association — £89.50 for kitchen items for cookery courses
  • Liberty Church — £200.00 for folding tables for events
  • Anston Cricket Club — £199.96 to purchase carpet cleaner for club use
  • Canklow Rainbow Kids Club — £199.93 for tables, gazebos and storage boxes for events
  • Crafty Ladies — £165.00 for wireless printer and ink
  • Parents Voice (St Josephs) — £193.97 for gazebo and hot water dispensers for events
  • Wentworth Residents Association — £150.00 for supplies for pop in group at the group’s centre.
  • Wingfield Pre School — £159.99 for printer/scanner/copier machine
  • Harley Village Partnership — £125.57 for soup kettle and hot water flask for events
  • Kimberworth Park Over 50s TARA — £150.00 for a bingo machine for the group
  • Wales and Kiveton Park Neighbourhood Watch — £ 124.56 for stationery items for the group
  • The Lings Monday Club — £200 for cups, plates and jugs for events

Steve Ruffle Chief Executive Officer of the Federation said: “It is such a pleasure to be able to support so many groups all around Rotherham. This small amount of funding will make a difference to community activity in their local area.”